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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Resources

Below is a collection of resources relating to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging at Yale. Many of these resources are curated by medical librarians in partnership with various departments in the Yale medical center.

a black person wearing scrubs and holding a stethoscope behind their back

Brings together resources for educating and raising awareness on this important topic as it relates to health care. Offers tools and search tips for exploring race in your own research.

Race and Racism in Medicine
three people talking; the center person is in a wheelchair and is an amputee

Information on the evolving field of Disability Studies, as well as resources related to education, social history and policy, health and medicine, and more.

Disability Studies
child with curly black hair having a mask placed over their face - only the child's dark brown eyes are visible

Focused on the treatment of children and families in clinical practice around antiracism and cultural competencies. Created for the Yale Child Study Center

DEI for Children and Families
a sheet covered in horizontal rainbow stripes with the words Love is Love in white

Contains health resources related to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer+ communities.

LGBTQIA+ Health Resources

 

pills dropping into someone's hand, presented on a blue background

A compilation of resources designed to support the Social Justice and Health Equity curriculum at Yale. Created for the Yale Psychiatry Residency Program

Social Justice and Health Equity
a US map from the 1960s titled 'the voices of the poor' showing the geographic distribution of hunger in the US. Highest concentration is in the south

Provides a starting point for researchers to find resources related to the history of race and disease in American medicine.

Race and Disease in American Medicine
a black woman-presenting person in white scrubs wearing a white mask and stethoscope around their neck and looking powerfully into the camera

Sponsored by the Committee on the Status of Women in Medicine (SWIM) to support the growth of women leaders at the Yale School of Medicine.

Women's Leadership Resource Library
a black and white photo of a garage with a 'black lives matter' affixed to the front

Provides references, books and audio-visual materials, and announcements to address structural and cultural bias and racism. Created for the Infectious Diseases Curriculum (ID2EA)

Diversity, Equity, and Antiracism Roadmap